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Commons, on Gladstone'^ motion, adopt?
ed the House of Lords* compromise
amendmouts, without ft division, amidst
? great obeettngV '.T<| ? '
PARIS, Joly 24.-Tito Irreconcilables
met yesterday. Thiers, assuming tho
leadership, submitted a draft of an ad?
dress to the electors of Franco. Tho ad
I dress was rejected.
The French assembly re-assembles in
October, but the Senate will remain in
session during the month of August,-to
consider tho constitutional changes. The
Senate expects a message from the "Em?
peror, shortly, and the ministry is bnsy
drafting dew laws, whioh the Emperor
desires will be more liberal than indi?
cated in the last message. Prince Napo?
leon intends addressing the Senate on
the proposed reform, which he regards
as hardly full enough.
The viceroy of Egypt departed sud?
denly homeward. It is rumored that
his rupture with the Grand Turk is the
oanse of his Budden departure.
HAVANA, July 24.-Rodos has issued
stringent orders regarding the collection
. Tho British authorities at Jamaica con?
demned tho cargo of the Grapeshot for
violation of neutrality laws.
Tho Span i sh explanation of the execu?
tion of ono of the'Grapeshot's crew sa?
'-Jordan is between here and Bnyamo,
and has been reinforced. Several heavy
skirmishes have taken place, but no de
. tails are furnished. Jordan was not
. ! Domestic Nc wa.
, BOSTON, July 24.- Tho shore end of
the cable has. been landed. The entire
lina is reported in good order. ..
KINGSTON, July 24.-The telegraph to
Dnxbury w?l be completed to-day. It
is thought that the land aud ocenn lines
will bo spliced on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24.-The Con?
gressional Committee of Ways nnd
Means dey wt Eastward on Monday. Se?
nator Hendricks was enthusiastically re?
ceived by tho Democrats, and serenaded.
WHITE SULPHEB SPRINGS, Joly 24.
T. J. Jones, a wealthy citizen of Liberty
Mills, Maryland, dropped dead lu a
saloon last night. Oanse-heart disease.
MnuFHTa. Joly 24.-Wade Bolton,
who was shot some days sinoe, by Dr.
Dickens, is dead. He bequeathed #100, ?
OOO to charitable purposes, including
$10,000 to Stonewall Jackson's widow,
and fifty acres of land to euok of Jack
son's former slaves.
AUGUSTA, Joly 24.-A political diffi
nulty took placa at Upper Three Rani
?yesterday, in Barnwell District, S. C.
n whioh two men were) killed and seve?
ral wounded. The affair was confined tc
the white people.
CHARLESTON, July 24.-Much excite
ment prevails here among the two wing!
of the Republicans. Dr. Mackey, tin
late Collector, leads the native wing,
whioh includes the mass of tho colorer
veters; while Senator Sawyer, Congress
man Bowen and George W. Clark, tin
newly-appointed Collector, in place o
Mackey, head the . Northern element
The removal of Maokey bas intensifi?e
the bitterness between the two factions
On Thursday, Clark called on Mackey
and, presenting his commission, demand
ed instant possession of tho Collector':
office. Mackey refused to vacate nnti
he had taken inventories of the publi
property and received receipts fron
Clark; but promised to mako tho trans
fer ou the 31st instant. Clark insistet
on the immediate surrender, whioh boin;
refused, be entered Mackey's office, am
attempted to actas Collector, wheroupoi
he was forcibly ejectod by Mackey'
subordinates. Yesterday afternoon
Mackey and other custom house official
were arrested, at the instance of Clark
on a oharge of assault and obstructin
an officer of revenne, and were bonn
over to answer before the United State
Commissioner on Monday. During th
hearing of the case, Clark, with a poss
of thirty mon, forced his way into tb
custom house and took possession, whic
he still retains. The partisans of Ciar
attempted to serenade Sawyer and Bowe
last night, but the colored Republican
rallied in large numbers and prevente
the serenado, charging the processio
and capturing the flag, which they ca
ried in triumph to Mackey, at this res
dence. The colored Republicans bitte
ly denounce the action of the admini
tration in removing Maokey, and declai
that Clark, the new Collector, is a traitt
to the radical party.
CHARLESTON, July 24.-Sailed-stean
er Champion, New York; brig Clifftoi
WASHINGTON, Joly 24.-Internal rev
nue receipts to-day over $500.000.
Bassett, the negro minister to Hay
gives a gloomy account of tho wants
war vessels to protect American i ni ores'
Salnavo is at the head of the army in t!
South, but the revolution in tho North
not oven checked. Ono dollar in gc
is worth seven hundred in currency.
Sumner writes approvingly of t
present Cuban policy, and urges
Tho President disapproves of t
action of the court martial at Galvest
in tho case of Lieut. Garretson, a
restores him to duty.
CHEERFULNESS.-Nothing so adoi
tho face as cheerful ness. When 1
heart is in flower, its bloom and beat
pass to the features.
ly, at TT Goldi WA. Oom l@3ov
balker. Pork steady, at 32.25. tard
quiet. Cord 1.38(^1.84. Freights dull.
7 F. M.-Cotton steady'and moro do?
ing with eales of 1,200 bides, at 34. Floor
advanced-Stuto 5.60(7n6.25; extra 6.00
@6.50; choice 6.90. Wheat L44, Cern
--mixed Western email@example.com. Whiskey
1.07.: Pork steady. Beef ouiet. Lard
qoiet-kettle 19;^@19%. ~ Grooerics
quiet. Freights dull and deoliniug.
Money easy, at 6. Gold active, at 36|?
BAX/TOIOBB, July 24.-Cotton dull, at
34. Floor brm and scarce. Wheat
weak-red firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull
white 1.08; yellow email@example.com. Oats dull
-new 65@75. Pork 34.00. Bacon
active and advancing-shoulders 15}?(Th
15%. Whiskey scarce, at 1. IQ,
CINCINNATI, July 24.-Whiskey firm,
at 1.03. Provisions firmer-mess pork
33.00. Shoulders 14^(0)14% ; olear sides
NEW OBTJEANS, July 24.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middling 32>?; sales 78
bales. Gold 36'.,. Flour firm, at 6.00@
6.75. Corn 1.25. Oats 77. Pork 34.75.
Bacon firm. Lard-tierce 19>?@21;
keg 21(3)21 J?. Sugar-common 10($11;
prime 13%- Molasses-choioe ferment?
ing 63(2)64. Whiskey 1.15. Coffee dull
-fair 15)? ; prime 16^@17.
AUGUSTA, July 24.-Uottou quiet, with
sales of 40 bales-middling 32??.
LONDON, July 24-Noon.-Consols
93><. Bonds 83.
LIVERPOOL, July 24-Noon.-Cotton
firm, but not quotably higher-uplands
V2%\ Orleans 13@133?'.
THE Tax-Payers of Hie city aro requested to
meet at the Court Iloneo, on MONDAY
EVENING, tho 2Cth, at 5 o'clock, for the pur?
pose of expressing their opinion relative to
Council making an appropriation for Buildings
suitable for tho approaching H tn to Agricultural
and Mechanical Fair.
July 25 1 JOHN McKENZIE, Mayor.
Congaree Lodge No. 29,1.0. 0. F,
ns i i isa? ni ??? A REG?LAB MEET
fe*?gg*iagfflGBg|aINQ of thia Lodge will
^?^^?OP^BSBE^bo held at Masonic
Hall,TO-MOBROW (Monday) EVENING, at 8
o'clock. Member? will please be punctual, and
come prepared to nay their dues.
By order of the N. G.
July 25 1_W. T. PURSE, Secretary.
Reduction in Prices,
TO MAKE WAY Fon
Twenty per cent. Discount
DRAB, FELT AND STRAW HATS.
lad Every One Can See For Themselves.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
July 35_Clothing and Hat House.
^^^^ DBS. REYNOLDS A REY
fSKSE&b NOLLK arc preparsd to furnish
^fMBB&k ARTIFICIAL TEETH on a
i T y F largor scale than heretofore, and
it rates much below tho usual charges.
Their recent improvement, latoly patented,
.?(Institutes tho highest order of art in this
speciality, and is fully warranted. Dentures
;onstructod by this process possess many ad?
vantages over gold plate work, and can bosnp
died at about half the cost of tho latter.
An examination of specimens, especial;> by
:hoso having experience in such matters, is re
jpoctfnlly iuvited. Ordinary VULCANITE
RUBBER SETS $25. Tho same, strengthened
\ty gold bands, >85. Terms nash. April 801:
ITI?MIOATING PASTILLES, for tho de
; structiou of Mosquitoes, Flies, and other
ineocts which annoy and disturb quiet sleep.
A great blessing to sleepers. For Sale by
FISHER 4 HElNITSn, Druggists.
1 f \ TUBS OHOI?a? MAY BUTTER, ii bi
JL\J ooDta por pound b? retail, juat received
and for aale by J. fr T. R. AQNj&W.
Batter sod Cheese.'
.t f\ TUBS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,.
XV,' 30 Boxes Primo CHEESE.
Just recoivod by eteMner and for sale by
April 37_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
OF tho whereabouts of ono THOMAS G.
CHALK, of Meridian, Miss., who wau last
heard from in tbis city, sick. Any information
concerning him will be thankfully received at
thia office._July 24 2?
4DOZEN INDIA RUBBER 80RUBBER8.
4 dozen Clamp Scrubbing BruBhos.
4 dozen Hand Scrubbing Brushes.
Just reooived znd for sale low by
Juno 20_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Oranges and Lemons.
5 boxes ORANGES.
5 boxea LEMONS.
1 cask CURRANTS.
Tn fine order. For salo by
Jnlv IC GEO. 8YMMERS.
1 pr A CORDS OF OAK AND PINE WOOD
JLOV/ cut and corded within two to four
miles of Columbia. Also, 10,000 lbs. SHEAF
OATS, for which the cash will be paid as de?
livered. We do our own hauling. Apply to
WM. A. WRIOHT, Nickerson House.
July 34 _ . _6
"FRUIT PRESERVING SOLUTION.
A SUPPLY JUST IN
E. E. JACKSON'S BRUG STORE.
July 24 Imo_
TURN I P SEED,
E. E. JACKSON'S.
July 24 Imo
Now is Your Time I
C. F. JACKSON
50 cents Bress Goods at 25 cents!
Longcloth, splendid, at 6 yards for $1!
New Prints and Homespuns Just Re?
Mary Ann Baie Institute,
MIS8 BU IE, Confederate Sol
idier's Friend, will resume tho exer
Kcises of her School, on the lat day
of September, 1869, with a corps of
Toachcrs who have had tho ma?
nagement of schools for moro than ton years.
Miss Buio purposes to make her School use?
ful to tho country hy placing education in
reach of all. Confodcrate orphans taught freo
of charge. She asks tho aid of tho public,
and particularly of the citizens of South Caro?
lina, in accomplishing this purpose, as sho is
unable to board them freo, having to pay tho
highest rate? for rout and professors in music
and other branches. Everything is taught
that ia learned in any school, solid and orna?
mental, without partiality, lower than else?
where. Teachers paid half in advanco. Terms
for board aud tuition, half in advanco. Board
and the highest rates of tuition, including
munie from Profejsors, $25 per month. Owing
to the scarcity of money, Misa Buie has re?
duced tho rates of tho Primary Branches.
Music, Piano and Gnitar, $25 for each for five
months. Board $15, without washing and
lights. Orphans will be boarded for $12 pe
month; tuition free.
M. A. BUIE, Principal,
July 20 Edgefleld, S. C.
OR LUNCH, every day, at the Pollock
House._ -y_^ July 1?
1P1PE PURE SOU LED AM OIN, direct from
tho Custom House.
June 37 . JOHN 0.8EEGER8.
AFULL Assortment on hand, MILL
STONES and IRONS, purchased at low
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
D. GAMBRILL, BROKER
AND Dealor in GOLD, SILVER, BANK
BILLS, BONDS, STOCKS, .Vc, Ac,
Main street, near tho Post Ornee, Columbia,
8. C. July 8 Imo*
MA desirable RESIDENCE, containing
Bevon rooms. Well of good water on tho
premises. Apply to
July 13_GREGG, PALMER A CO.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
C> GROSS SOLACE,
12 4i Virginia Leaf-fresh from the Fac?
tory, for sale at tho Ale and Lager Beer Depot.
April 20_JOHN C. BEEPERS.
1AAA HALF BOXES 8ABDINES, at
. V/v/\_/ 30 cents por box by rotail.
1,000 Quarter Boxes Sardines, at 25 centB per
box by retail. For sale by
May 29 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangements with Mosern.
Wm. Glase A Co. for tho manufacturo and
exclusive sale of this justly celebrated PLOW,
we are prepared to offer them to the country
on good terms. Good tools will always bo found
a good investment.
Feb 28 FISHER, LOWRANCE & FISHER.
Choice Teas and Coll?es.
NEW crop, best quality, MOYUNG, HYSON,
SOUCHONG and JAPAN TEAS, oarefuUy
selected for family uso.
Rib, Laguayra, O. G. Java and Mocha COF?
FEES always on hand.
Also, 2 Arkins choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
For sale by GEO. SIMMERS.
SWEDES IRON, 1J, li, 2, 2}, 3, 3?, 5, 0, 7,
Baud Iron, English Iron, Hoop Iron.
2,000 Hoos, of all kinds.
200 Pairs Trace Chains.
FISHEB, LOWRANCE A FI8HER.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
SAFETY and Economv combined, by using
tho CRESCENT GAS GENERATOR and
CRESCENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive
and gives a brilliant light, without the nee of
lamp-chimneys, or the trouble of cleaning
them. Kerosene Lumps altered to nae the
Crescent Oil and Gas Generator, at a trifling
expense. For further information and a sup
plv of Crescent Oil and Gas Generator, apply
to_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Something Extra Fine!
THE Triumph Soda Water Ap?
paratus ie in full operation for the
season, with choice Syrups made
of pure juico of fruit, at
Confectionery and Bazaar and Ice Cream Sa- |
loon^_j? _May 80
P ? MPS ..
EVERYBODY who has use for a PUMP |
MORRELL'S FIRE ENOINE,
DEEP WELL, and
Send for a circular. POOLE A HUNT
Jan 13Gmo Baltimore, Maryland.
New Books at Duffie & Chapman's.
OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, by W. Smith,
LL D., $2. Yestorday, To-Day and For?
ever, a poem, in 12 books, by Bickerstith, $2.
The Malay Archipelago: thc Land of the
Orang-Outang and tho Bird of Paradise; Tra?
vels, with maps and 51 engravings, by Wallace,
For Her Sake; a novel, by Frederick W. Ro?
binson, 75 cents.
The Man Who Laughs; by Victor Hugo, 50c.
Cometh Up Liko a Flower, 60 cents.
Not Wisely but too Well; by eamo author. 60.
Kathaleen; by author of Raymond's Heroine.
And many other now novels and good old ones.
Standard Poets-Shakspcaro. Pope, Milton,
Dryden, Campbell, Burns, Tennyson, Moore
and others, at 50 cents each, in paper binding,
handsomely printed. May 28
Somtlx Carolina- Brancn Office
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF RICMIOND, VIRGINIA,
COLUMBIA, S. O.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - -- -- -- -- -- ?1,000,000
CAPITAL. PAID IN IND SECURELY INVESTED - - - - 100,000
ACCUMULATED ASSETS TO THIS DATE OVER ..... 700,000
HUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED ......... 4,300
W. C. CARRINGTON, Treaidont. R. n. MAURY, Vice-Preaident.
J. J. HOPKIN** Secretary. C. H. PERR0W, M. D., Medical Adv.
OFFICERS OF SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH :
J. P. THOMAS, Preaidmt Board Directora. S. Ju LEPHART, Secretary.
lit. ISAAC BRANCH, Superintendent of Agente.
John McKenzie, Mayor of Columbia.
John S. Preston, R. C. Shiver, Ex-Governor M. L. Bonham,
F.W. McMaator, W. B. Gulick, M. C. Butler,
John T. Sloan, Sr., Thompson Earle, T. C. Perrin,
R. W. Gibbea, J. D. Kennedy, Dr. Isaac Branch.
THIS BRANCH OFF?JE offera all inducementa for Lifo Inaurunco of a perfect Homo Oft?co,
with thcae advantages: Tho Capital ia furnished, the expenso of commencing operations
has been incurred, thauiccesa, beyond peradventure, ia established, and tho rehole Capital
and Assets of the RomcUompany stand committed to sustain it.
Tho cntiro mnnagomnt of the Piedmont ia in tho hands of Southern mon, and its aim ia to
sustain Southern interatB. It^urthor pledges itself to invest all fum?n accruing within tho
State, under the directin of tho gontlemcn named abovo, constituting tho South Carolina
Board of Directora, in those integrity you muao have entire confldenoe.
Tho Piedmont claims o bc equal in the privileges and benefits granted its patrons, to any other
Company, surpassed bypne, and superior lo many, and onb/ requests parties wishing to insuro
not to do so until they hvo examined the merits of this established Southern Company.
The first Dividend oflho Piedmont Lifo Insurance Company paid on Lifo Policies was
FORTY PER CE&T., wHch proves tho economy of its management and its careful selection of
risks. I. KA I MIA HT, JEFFERSON St RANSOM,
July 25 Imo General Agents for South Carolina.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, Angnst 2, I will ?H. before tho
Court House, at 10 o'clock,
A neat, light SPRING WAGON, levied on by
the city authorities and ordered to be sold to
Terms cn sh. July 28 t
Desirable Cottage and Building Lol.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON. '
On MONDAY, 2d day of August, we will sell, in
front of the Court House, in this city, st 10
o'clock, without reservo.
All that LOT, with COTTAGE and out-build?
ings thereon, fronting and bounded on South
by Lumber street, measuring on said street
107 feet, more or loss, running back 208 feet,
more or less, on West by Pulaski street, ami
East and North by Mrs. b. P. Gibbes.
That VACANT LOT fronting and bounded
on tho North by Upper street, measuring ou
said street 75 feet, more or less, on West by
Pulaski street, running back 208 feet, more or
less, East by Mrs. H. P. Gibbes, and South by
lot above described.
THUMS-One-half cash; balance in 12 months,
secured by bond nf purchaser and mortgage of
premises. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps_July 16 2125 Al
Tioo Desirable Building Lots.
BY B. C. FEIX0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY, 2d day of August, we will sell,
in front of tho Court Houso, in this city, at
10 o'clock, without reserve, TWO doBirablo
LOT No. 1-Fronting and bounded on tho
West by Wayne street, measuring on said
street 42 feet ii inches, moro or lesa; North by
Laurel street, running back 149 feet, moro or
less; South by Lot No. 2, and East by lands of
L. H. Trovet.
LOT No. 2-Fronting and bounded on West
by Wayne street, measuring on said street 64
feet 10 inches, moro or less, North by Lot No.
1, running back 149 feet, more or less, South
bylands of W. B. Nash, and East by lands of
L. H. Trovet. Situated upon tide Lot ia a neat
and substantial four-room cottage, and upon
the grounds attached thereto are peach, apple
and plum trees oinno varieties, together with
an arbor of choice grapes, and also a woll of
TERKS-Ono-h?lf cash ; balance in 12 months,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of
premises. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps._Joby 16 21 25 Al
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, di?
rected to mo, I will Bell, on tho first
MONDAY in August next in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
the following property, via:
The HOUSE and LOT on tho corner of Bull
and Bichland streets, in the city of Columbia,
containing one aero, more or less; bounded on
the North by Wm. L. Reynold" and Jr.mcri
Bell; East by Bull streets: Sooth by Bichland
street; and West by Mrs. McDonald's lot. Le?
vied on as tho property of E. Cuthbert, at thc
suit of the city of Columbia, for taxos. This
property will bo sold at tho risk of the former
purchaser, Edward S. Percival, he having
failed to comply with terms of sale.
A vacant lot of Land on Richardson street,
in tho city of Columbia; bounded on the North
by estate of David Truesdale; East by Richard?
son street; South by lot of estate of J. Mc An?
drew: and West by lot formerly of estate of
B. Beily. Levied on aa the property of tho
estate of J. Mc Andrew, at the suit of the city
of Columbia, for taxos. This property will
bo sold at tho risk of tho former purchaser,
Richard Flanigan, he having failed to comply
with terms of sale. Terms cash.
July 9 fm_P. F. FRA2EE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias,
to mo directed, I will sell, on the first
MONDAY in August next, in front of the Court
Houso, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
tho following property, viz:
All that vacant lot of LAND on the corner
of Richardson and Laurel streets, in the city of
Columbia, containing ono aero, more or less
bounded on the North by Laurel street; East
by Richardson street; South by lot formorly
of Charles Beck; aud on tho WcBt by Assembly
street. Leviod on as tho property of John
Harrison, Sr., at tho suit of N. A". Peayvs.
John Harrison. Terms cash.
Two acres of Land, moro or leas, in tho city
of Colniubia: bounded on tho North by Pendle?
ton streot; East bv Sumter street; South by
Modium street; and West by lots ol Mrs.M. A.
Yates and South Carolina College. Levied on
aa the property of John P. Richardson, do
ceased, James B. Richardson, deceased, and
Thomas C. Richardson, at the suit of Richard
C. Richardson, Assignee, vs. John P. Richard?
son and Charles Richardson, Executors of
John P. Richardson, deceased; also, at tho
suit of Richard C. Richardson, Assignee, vs.
Thomas C. Richardson, Executor of James B.
Richardson, deceased; also, at tho suit of
Richard C. Richardson cs. Thomas C. Richard?
son. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
JnlyO fm_8. R. C.
' SHERIFF'S SALE.
Under order of Judge of Probato. W. W. Rifo
vs. T. C. Rife, et al.-Di partition.
IN pursuance of an ordor made by Wm.Hut
Bon Wigg. Judge of Prohato for Richland
County, I will Bell, on tho first MONDAY in
August next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours:
All that lot of LAND, containing one-half
acre, more or less; situated in tho city of Co?
lumbia, known in the plan of said city as lot
number iivo, (No. 5,) on Renato street;
bounded West by Gist street; North by F. W.
Green; South by Senato street, and East by
lot number six (No 6.)
All that lot of Land, containing one-half
acre, more or less; situated in tho city of Co?
lumbia, and known in the plan of said city as
lot number six, (No. 6,) on Senate street;
bounded South by Senato street; West by lot
number fivo (No. 6;) and North by F. W.
Oreen, and East by lot belonging to ostate o
said Jacob Rifo, deceased.
All that lot of Land, situated in the city of
Columbia, containing one-half aero, more or
less; bounded on tho South by Senate stroet;
on thc West by lot number six (No. 6;) North
by F. W. Oreen.
All that lot of Land, situated in tho city of
,'oinmhia, containing one-half aoro, moro or
ess, known in the plan of said city as lot No.
100; bounded on the North by Gervais street;
IVest by Williams stroet; South and East by
and now owned by Charles Hamburg.
All that lot of Land, situated in tho city of
'(dumbia, being tho Western half of tho
iquare bounded by Richland, Huger, Laurel
ind Williams streetB, fronting on Williams
itreot, containing two acron, moro or ?oas.
Phis lot of baud will ho sold in half arro lots.
VII the above being tho lands of which tho lato
Jacob Rife died possessed.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash; balance
n ono and two yours, secured by bond and
nortage of the premises. Purchasers to pay
or stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
July lo fin 8. R. C.